A little OT: Google
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Fri Jan 20 15:49:24 CST 2006
In article <43D14EC7.5040300 at gmail.com>,
Sridhar Ayengar <ploopster at gmail.com> writes:
> Chuck Guzis wrote:
> > I've been reading the story about the business of Justice subpoenaing the
> > search records from Google for a week last summer. Google doesn't want to
> > turn them over, but should they lose their appeal, why not turn the data
> > over in the form of punched cards?
> > This qualifies as "electronically readable media", doesn't it? It'd
> > probably be several truckloads and leave those guys at DOJ wondering what
> > to do next...
> Naah. Paper tape is where it's at.
Even plain paper is technically electronicablly readable with OCR
Imagine getting reams and reams of paper with gigantic grids of hex
digits like a massic dump listing :-)
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